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It appears Fox News host Glenn Beck has found an unlikely ally — an African-American preacher who peddles conspiracy theories about a white plot to exterminate black people.
Beck gave airtime Monday to Dallas-area pastor Stephen Broden, who argued that the health reform bill being debated in Congress will lead to a campaign to exterminate black people in America.
On Fox News’ Glenn Beck, Broden plugged a documentary, Maafa 21, that claims the pro-choice movement, and Planned Parenthood in particular, is part of a 150-year-old plot to exterminate the African-American race.
Originally posted by MikeboydUS
I don't know if there is a current conspiracy to exterminate African Americans, but if someone looks back at the links between the US Eugenics movement and when planned parenthood first started, there is an elitist racist ideology underlying them. There was definitely a desire by progressives in the past to cull impoverished African Americans.
So the idea is not that far out there.
Originally posted by Make Speed Limit 45
Programs like this wouldn't be considered if blacks would become productive citizens. But most take up drugs, crime, or welfare.